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Old November 30th, 2005, 06:30 AM
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Default Disabled cruise passengers

I am looking into cruise liners that really cater well (or badly) for disabled people for some research I am doing. If you have something you would like to say, please get in touch.

It can be about the cabins, toilets, service, staff awareness, access problems, evacuation procedures, ship to shore transfers, accessible outings, etc.

The idea is to make all cruise liners fully accessible to all disabled people and to allow them to be as independant as possible. Without spoiling things for the rest of the passengers. This is about integrating people fully into society. After all with old age, illness and accidents, it could be any one of us in the same situation.
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